ARN 2021 Annual Conference Call for Proposals
ARN 2021 Rehabilitation Nursing Conference
November 9–13, 2021
Rhode Island Convention Center
The call for preconference sessions/workshops, keynotes, concurrent sessions, and abstracts (papers, case studies, and posters), is now open! We are seeking proposals reflective of quality improvement, evidence-based practice, research, education, leadership, or program evaluation for ARN's 2021 Rehabilitation Nursing Conference.
Please read the information below prior to submitting a proposal.
- Deadline for preconference session/workshop, keynote, and concurrent session proposals: February 1, 2021
- Deadline for paper, poster, and case study abstract proposals: April 1, 2021
- You may revise your proposal at any time up until the submission deadline.
- You will receive a confirmation email upon submission.
Please check your work prior to submitting your proposal.
All information that you enter in the form(s) will appear in the conference materials exactly as it has been entered. We strongly recommend that you check spelling for each question you complete. We especially encourage you to verify that the names and credentials of all authors/speakers are correct prior to submission, as we will assume these are submitted as intended. ARN reserves the right to edit for size, style, and/or grammar.
Overall Conference Goals and Objectives
To be successful in submitting your abstract, please review the goals and objectives of the conference and ensure your content aligns with them:
- Examine state-of-the-art approaches to improving rehabilitation patient care and outcomes
- Apply strategic knowledge about current issues facing rehabilitation nurses and the healthcare industry
- Incorporate evidence-based interventions into practice for the rehabilitation of patients with a variety of diagnoses
- Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is the Integration of (Sackett D, 2002):
- Clinical expertise (clinician's cumulated experience, education, and clinical skills)
- Patient's values, personal preferences, unique concerns, and expectations
- The best research evidence into the decision-making process for patient care.